Champions League Final Results
In the nineteen Champions League finals since the competitions launch in 1993 there have been 49 goals averaging out at two and a half goals a game. There have been five penalty shoot-outs and twelve different winners. The nineteen finals have been contested between just seventeen teams, with only eight of those finalists only appearing once.
AC Milan have appeared in the most finals, a total of six in which the split is three won and three lost. The Italians also featured in the highest scoring final when they drew 3-3 with Liverpool in 2005, eventually losing on penalties. There has only been one goalless draw and that was at Old Trafford between AC Milan and Juventus.
1993 Champions League Final Result
Marseille were the first winners of the Champions League, although their victory was later overshadowed by domestic match-fixing claims that saw them relegated from the French Ligue 1. They were also stripped of the Champions League trophy they won with a Basil Boli 43 minute winner over AC Milan.
1994 Champions League Final Result
|Massaro 22', 45'|
AC Milan returned twelve months later to lift the Champions League trophy in fine style as the bulldozed Barcelona 4-0 in what is still regarded as one of the best Champions League final performances. A brace from Italian forward Daniele Massaro and one each from Savicevic and Marcel Desailly did the damage.
1995 Champions League Final Result
AC Milan made it to their third straight Champions League final in Austria but were undone by a young Ajax team with Patrick Kluivert launching his career with a 84th minute winner.
1996 Champions League Final Result
|Ravenelli 12'||4-2 PENS||Litmanen 40'|
Juventus took the 96 final on penalties over the previous years winner Ajax. Ravanelli scored in normal time to make it 1-0 before Fin Jari Litmanen levelled. The Italians held their nerve in the shoot-out to comfortably win the title.
1997 Champions League Final Result
|Riedle 29', 34'||Del Piero 65'|
Germany's first winner of the Champions League came in the unlikely shape of Borussia Dortmund as they upset reigning champions Juventus in Munich. Two goals from Karl-Heinz Riedle and a winner from Lars Ricken were enough to cancel out Alesandro Del Piero's reply for Juve.
1998 Champions League Final Result
The most successful side in European Cup history got their hands on the Champions League trophy in 1998 with their win over Juventus. Mijatovic's second half strike was enough to condemn Juventus to a second straight final defeat and triggered a glorious five year spell for the Spaniards in the competition.
1999 Champions League Final Result
|Sheringham 90'||Basler 6'|
One of the most amazing climaxes to any European Cup final came in 1999 as Manchester United scored twice in stoppage time to overturn a one goal deficit against Bayern Munich in the Nou Camp.
2000 Champions League Final Result
Real Madrid returned to the final in 2000 comfortably beating Spanish counterparts Valencia 3-0 in Paris. Goals from Fernando Morientes, Steve McManaman and Raul completed the rout as Madrid got their hands on their second Champions League trophy.
2001 Champions League Final Result
|Effenburg (pen) 50'||5-4 PENS||Mendieta (pen) 2'|
Bayern Munich didn't have to wait too long to make up for their heartbreaking loss to Manchester United in 1999 when they won the Champions League for the first and only time in the San Siro. An eventless game saw them play out a draw with unlucky losers Valencia as they lost on penalties to the Germans.
2002 Champions League Final Result
|REAL MADRID||2-1||BAYER LEVERKUSEN|
|Raul 8'||Lucio 13'|
A wonder goal on the stroke of half time by Zinedine Zidane put pay to plucky runners-up Bayer Leverkusen at Hampden Park in 2002. This was Real Madrid's third win in five years and they haven't been back to the final since.
2003 Champions League Final Result
Old Trafford was the venue for this all Italian final which ended goaless. Even the penalty shoot-out lacked out goals before AC Milan got their hands on the trophy for the second time. This result meant that Juventus only had one Champions League win from four finals.
2004 Champions League Final Result
|Carlos Alberto 39'|
Two new faces in 2004 as unfancied Porto and Monaco lined up in Gelsenkirchin. It was the Portuguese who prevailed twelve months after winning the UEFA Cup and remains Jose Mourinho's finest hour as coach.
2005 Champions League Final Result
|Gerrard 53'||3-2 PENS||Maldini 1'|
|Smicer 56'||Crespo 39'|
|Alonso (pen) 60'||Crespo 44'|
Without a shadow of a doubt the finest Champions League final saw Liverpool come back from a 3-0 deficit at half time to eventually beat AC Milan on penalties. Dead and buried the Liverpool team scored three goals in seven minutes to shell shock the team from Milan.
2006 Champions League Final Result
|Eto'o 76'||Campbell 37'|
An early bath for Arsenal keeper Jens Lehman who was sent off for a professional foul changed the complexion of the 2006 final in Paris. The 10 men actually took the lead before two goals in five minutes towards the end of the match put pay to Arsenal's Champions League hopes.
2007 Champions League Final Result
|Inzaghi 45'||Kuyt 89'|
Two years after Istanbul AC Milan got their revenge over Liverpool in Athens with a double strike each side of the break from Fillipo Inzaghi. This was Milan's third win in the competition and Dirk Kuyt's last minute goal was a mere consolation.
2008 Champions League Final Result
|Ronaldo 26'||6-5 PENS||Lampard 45'|
There was an all English final in Moscow in 2008 as Manchester United beat Chelsea in a dramatic penalty shoot-out. Penalty misses by both Cristiano Ronaldo and John Terry added to the drama before Nicolas Anelka finally missed the deciding penalty.
2009 Champions League Final Result
Manchester United were looking to become the first team to successfully defend a Champions League title but came up against a Lionel Messi inspired Barcelona in Rome. Pep Guardiola's team only just made the final but didn't fluff their lines once they got there winning comfortably.
2010 Champions League Final Result
|BAYERN MUNICH||0-2||INTER MILAN|
|Milito 25', 70'|
Manager Jose Mourinho won the Champions League for the second time in his career, as he steered Inter Milan to a 2-0 win over Bayern Munich in the first Saturday final in Champions League history. A goal in either half for Argentinian striker Diego Milito was enough to divide the two sides and give Inter their first win in the competiton in it's current format.
2011 Champions League Final Result
|Pedro 27', Messi 54'||Rooney 34'|
Barcelona won their third Champions League title in just six years, beating Manchester United 3-1 at Wembley Stadium in a repeat of the 2009 final. Goals from Pedro, Lionel Messi and David Villa secured a win for Pep Guardiola's side, who were crowned the best team in Europe.
2012 Champions League Final Result
|BAYERN MUNICH||1-1 AET||CHELSEA|
|Muller 83'||3-4 PENS||Drogba 88'|
Chelsea defied the odds to win the Champions League for the first time against a Bayern Munich side who were playing at their home stadium in Germany. Didier Drogba cancelled out Thomas Muller's goal two minutes from time, before Arjen Robben missed a penalty in extra-time for Munich. Chelsea then won the match in a penalty shoot-out.
2013 Champions League Final Result
|BORUSSIA DORTMUND||1-2||BAYERN MUNICH|
|Gundogan 68'||Mandzukic 60'|
Bayern Munich bounced back from their defeat to Chelsea a year earlier to win their second Champions League and fifth European Cup title at Wembley, beating compatriots Borussia Dortmund 2-1. The German champions took a second half lead through Croatian striker Mandzukic, before Dortmund levelled from the spot. Arjen Robben cast his demons aside from a a year earlier to score the winner close to full time.
2014 Champions League Final Result
|REAL MADRID||4-1||ATLETICO MADRID|
|Sergio Ramos 90'||AET||Godin 36'|
|Bale 110', Marcelo 118', Ronaldo 120'|
Real Madrid made it a record tenth title thanks to three extra time goals to eventually see off rivals Atletico in the Estadio d Luz in Lisbon. An injury time equaliser from Sergio Ramos cancelled out Diego Godin's first half header before goals from Gareth Bale, Marcelo and a penalty from Cristiano Ronaldo finished off the scoring.
2015 Champions League Final Result
|Morata 55'||Rakitic 4'|
Barcelona's class told in the final in Berlin as they took an early lead before fending off a Juventus fightback to seal glory.
2016 Champions League Final Result
|REAL MADRID||1-1||ATLETICO MADRID|
|Ramos 15'||AET||Carrasco 79'|
|Ramos||Juanfran - Missed|
For the second time in three years, Real Madrid beat their local rivals Atletico in a Champions League final. This time, they went all the way to penalties as Juanfran was the only man to miss and Cristiano Ronaldo made no mistake with the final penalty.
2017 Champions League Final Result
|Juventus||1 - 4||Real Madrid|
|20' C. Ronaldo|
|27' M. Mandzukic|
|64' C. Ronaldo|
|90+1' M. Asensio|
Real Madrid were winners of the Champions League for a third time in four years as Cristiano Ronaldo inspired them to victory over Juventus in Cardiff, Wales.